• Figure 3.4. Explaining Dissent with Future Forecasts This graph compares the effect of ideology, education, and political engagement (measured as the extent to which respondents follow government affairs) on their likelihood of disagreeing with the future forecast presented to them. The results show that the effect of ideology is strongest across nearly all policy areas.

Explaining Dissent with Future Forecasts

From Warping Time: How Contending Political Forces Manipulate the Past, Present, and Future by Benjamin Ginsberg and Jennifer Bachner

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